Contains the essences of: Alpine Azalea • Black Tourmaline • Chiming Bells • Cotton Grass • Horsetail • Jadeite Jade • Lady's Slipper
Animal Care is a special blend of Alaskan flower and gem essences created specifically to assist in animal rescue work, although it can be given to any animal in need. It will be most valuable when integrated into the initial care provided any animal who arrives at a shelter, treatments center, veterinarian clinic or sanctuary. This formula is also a must when adopting a rescue animal.
Use Animal Care for domestic animals who:
- Live in large cities, are restricted from normal contact with nature, and are alone for much of the day.
- Have been voluntarily given up to an animal care shelter because their owners can no longer care for them.
- Have been abandoned and then rescued off of the street after a prolonged struggle for survival.
- Have lived in conditions where the care given them was inadequate, the living environment toxic, and the relationship with their humans abusive.
- Are exhibiting self-aggressive behavior.
Use Animal Care for wild animals who:
- Are brought to a clinic because they have been injured or their habitats have been damaged or destroyed.
- Are agitated, irritated, and exhibiting aggressive behavior, which may be endangering themselves, other animals, or humans.
- Have lived for some time in pet shops, and subsequently in the homes of people, in isolation from other members of their own species.
- Must be kept in captivity in a shelter, sanctuary, or zoo, because their injuries cannot be fully healed, and need to be handled in order to receive treatment.
- Are suffering from "toxic" interference from their contact with the public and need to release this energy so they can be released back into the wild.
Instructions for Use: For pets: put 4 drops in the water bowl daily and if possible put 4 drops on the food twice a day. For horses, donkeys, cows etc: put up to 10 drops of Animal Care in the water tank every day and if possible put 4 drops on the supplements or on a treat or piece of apple/carrot.
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